An “imperfect but perfect” marriage. Last July, Cressida Bonas married in the strictest intimacy her partner since 2017, Harry Wentworth-Stanley. A marriage that Prince Harry’s ex wanted at first very intimate, to the chagrin of his father, and that the young woman had to postpone because of the Covid-19 pandemic. But obviously in a hurry to say “yes” to her dear and tender, she was more than ever convinced to get married despite the circumstances, and in front of a guest list reduced to 30 people.
“Before we knew we were going to have a ‘Covid wedding’, we were talking about the party, the guest list, the cake, what people should or shouldn’t look like,” Cressida Bonas wrote in an editorial. published in The Spectator and relayed by People, stating that ultimately, “having a small part of Harry’s family and his in the church made it just special.” A wedding organized in just two weeks, which however experienced some setbacks.
A marriage upset by the Covid-19 pandemic
The young woman indeed reports like a stye under the eye, walking in a puddle of water when getting out of the car or even a constant rain on the day of the ceremony, was quickly forgotten when she saw her fiancé in front of the ‘altar. “The restrictions because of the Covid, the uncertainty, the plans that were upset, everything was gone when I took Harry’s hand”, she said, she who had chosen for her wedding dress a dress she had worn in the music video for the track Naked by British singer James Arthur.
“After a little ironing, it looked like new,” she said, explaining that she found nothing else to wear. A wedding that Cressida Bonas and Harry Wentworth-Stanley had not “envisioned that way”, but which ultimately turned out to be “a more intimate and special day than we could ever have imagined,” he said. she concludes, she who has always confided in wanting a small wedding far from traditions, and why not even under a tree, quite simply, to see outright that she and her fiancé “get married”.
Cressida Bonas and Harry Wentworth-Stanley ©